Forty Years We Walked is an upcoming drama that is aimed to celebrate the 40th anniversary of China’s economic reforms which started in 1978 and affected the agriculture industry, trade and foreign investment, Government finances, etc… The story is led by Jin Shi Jia (Hero Dog) and Chai Bi Yun (Rush To The Dead Summer) and it follows a group of young aspiring actors as they face obstacles to achieve their dreams during the 70s-80s-90s-2000s, a forty-years period of high and low moments in an actor’s life.
Never Gone (or So Young 2, 致青春·原来你还在这里) is the movie adaptation of So You’re Still Here, written by Xin Yi Wu (So Young). It tells the story of a teenage boy born with a silver spoon and a girl born no stranger to poverty. Young and in love, they have yet to understand what it means to love and not hurt. Wounded, they are separated and our heroine is saddled with a responsibility bigger than her years. Reunited years later, what will happen to the buried love deep in their hearts?
I was surprised Yi Fei duet with Reno instead of Kris, but then a fan said Kris was filming overseas when the recording took place, hence a new arrangement was made. Anyway, lots of pictures ahead!
Another compilation and I would like to call it Part 3 to the busy weekend and probably the most exciting one for everyone! Things in motion! Trailers! Teasers! Previews! BTS! The Making! Some of these are revealed before the festival and some after. It’s crazy how many press conference took place this past weekend. Have a sneak peek/feel of your anticipated movies!
Another star-turned-producer and this time it’s Zhou Xun (Painted Skin, Red Sorghum). It’s based on a novel of the same name, A Journey through Time with Anthony, written in the form of a diary by Anthony as he detailed his life during the ages of 20-23 as a newly graduate being shipped to study overseas, where he gains perception of life and grows as a person. The titular role is handed to top model, Liu Chang, as his movie debut and his leading lady is a face frequently seen in theaters this past few weeks – Bai Bai He (Monster Hunt).
Does the premise remind some of you of a Japanese movie?